This online class will teach kids how to start an urban garden

Photo by Lavi Perchik on Unsplash

Almost all of the country has been asked to stay indoors in a bid to halt the spread of COVID-19.

As it’s also summertime, this means a lot of kids, parents, and kids at heart suddenly have a lot of free time on their hands.

Kids Who Farm (KWF), a Zamboanga City-based initiative that aims to teach kids, out of school youth, and women the importance of farming and food production is holding online classes on urban container gardening.

The course is not just for kids; it’s meant for anyone interested in growing their own food in limited space.

Kids Who Farm is holding online lessons on urban container gardening. The first batch will run from April 1-3, 2020.

Their post reads:

Let’s make farming fun and easy! 🌿

“Learn the basics of growing food in containers! Free online course on Urban Container

“Gardening for kids and parents! 🌿 Register here 👇

“Batch 1 on 1-3 April 2020, 1-3PM

“Made possible through the collaborative effort of RISpace Coworking, Mindanao Technical Training Academy, Inc., TESDA Bukidnon and Kids Who Farm.

“Seize the power to #GrowYourOwnFood! 💪”

Learn how to grow your own food from the comfort of your own home through this online class.

The first batch of students who sign up will have lessons that run from April 1-3, 2020.

KWF is project started by father and daughter team Muneer and Raaina Hinay. The organization, which is completely staffed by volunteers, has trained over 400 individuals on gardening basics thus far.

“Our little contribution to sharing knowledge on growing food. Make farming fun & easy,” says Muneer.

Learning how to urban garden is a great way to learn a fun new skill during the quarantine period. After all, everyone needs to eat, and what better way to be food secure than by growing your own food?

Click here to sign up

Watch the Kids Who Farm Facebook page for future classes

Inside photo from Kids Who Farm

Feature image by Lavi Perchik on Unsplash

This article appeared in Agriculture Monthly’s May to June 2020 issue.

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Yvette Tan
Yvette Tan is Agriculture magazine's managing editor’s web editor. She is an award-winning writer who likes to eat, travel, and listen to stories about the strange and supernatural. She is dedicated to encouraging people to push for sustainable food sources and is an advocate of food security, food sovereignty, and the preservation of community foodways.

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